- Javier Díaz García-DonatoAssisted Reproduction SpecialistQuirónsalud Valencia HospitalAv. De Blasco Ibañez,14. 46010 ValenciaExperience
Dr. Diaz began his professional career in reproductive medicine as an attending physician at the Valencia General Hospital more than twenty years ago. Founder and director of the Reproduction Unit of Quirónsalud Valencia in 2000, he is a reference in reproduction speciality due to the high rate of pregnancies in the techniques applied as well as in the introduction of the latest technology for embryo selection.Techniques
- Fertility test of the partners
- Artificial insemination with partner sperm
- Artificial insemination with donor sperm
- In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)
- Assisted Hatching
- Cryopreservation of semen
- Preimplantation Diagnosis
- Sequential cropping of embryos
- Egg donation
- Vitrification of Oocytes and Embryos
- Ropa Method
Recognition and publications
- Doctor’s Degree Milan State University (Italy)
- Doctor’s Degree University of Medicine Valencia (Spain).
- Studied Medicine at the University of Valencia 1977-1983.
Member of the Spanish Fertility Society and the European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health
- Laura Mifsud i ElenaBiologist specialised in EmbryologyQuirónsalud Valencia HospitalAv. De Blasco Ibañez,14. 46010 ValenciaExperience
Laura Mifsud has extensive experience in the management of assisted reproduction laboratories where she has held high level posts. Since 2017, she has been in-charge of the management of the Assisted Reproduction Unit of Quirónsalud Valencia, where she has implemented pioneering techniques for the selection of embryos, obtaining a high success rate in all her treatments.Techniques
Andrology (seminal assessment, training (swim-up, gradients.), testicular biopsy, immunological studies (mar test), washes, etc.).
Embryology (oocyte uptake, oocyte decumulation, IVF-ICSI, embryo biopsy, assisted hatching, etc.).
Cryobiology (vitrification of oocytes and embryos, seminal freezing, fertility preservation).Training
Degree in Biology (University of Valencia)
University Specialist in Human Reproduction Biology (UR – Miguel Hernández)
Master in Biomedical Research (University of Valencia)
Master's Degree in Reproductive Medicine and Genetics (UR – U. Miguel Hernández)
- Víctor VillalobosGynaecologist Specialised in Assisted ReproductionQuirónsalud Murcia HospitalCalle Miguel Hernández, 12. 30011 MurciaExperience
Doctor Villalobos started his residency at Hospital Universitario in Maracaibo with the Maternity Service, before moving to Spain, where he completed a two-year fellowship at the Instituto Valenciano de Infertilidad [Valencia Infertility Institute], and later joined the Gynaecology Service at Hospital de Yecla. He is currently the Head of the Quirónsalud Dexeus Murcia Assisted Reproduction Centre.Techniques
- Couples’ fertility test.
- Artificial insemination with the partner’s semen.
- Artificial insemination with donor semen.
- In-vitro fertilisation (IVF)
- Assisted hatching
- Semen cryopreservation
- Pre-implantation diagnosis
- Sequential embryo culture
- Oocyte donation
- Oocyte and embryo vitrification
- Shared motherhood IVF method
Recognition and publications
- Universidad del Zulia. Division of Medicine. School of Medicine. 1987-1996
- Degree obtained: Medical Surgeon. (18-09-96)
- Postgraduate Degree in Gynaecology and Obstetrics. "Maternidad Armando Castillo Plaza" 2000-2004
- Degree obtained: Specialist in Gynaecology and Obstetrics
- Universidad Rey Don Juan Carlos I in Human Reproduction, July 2009
Member of the Sociedad Española de Fertilidad [Spanish Fertility Society] and the European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health.
The law that governs Assisted Reproduction Techniques (law 14/2006 on Assisted Reproduction Techniques) is one of the most lax in Europe. This law allows that in Spain civil status is not taken into account or treatments are allowed until 45 years of age.
The donation of eggs or semen are procedures regulated by Spanish legislation since 1988, in such a way as to always guarantee the ethics of the medical and biological processes involved, as well as the health, both of the donors and the embryo resulting from the donation.
The donation of eggs or semen is carried out voluntarily, altruistically and anonymously for patients who need them.
If you wish to become pregnant and you have not been able to do so for more than 1 year or 6 months if you are over 35 years of age, you should visit a reproductive medicine specialist.